Welcome to the Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists (LNWC) web site. We are a chapter of the North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) - a community based organization established for the purposes of environmental education, appreciation of wildlife and natural history, and conservation of wildlife habitat and natural resources.
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Our next educational program "Turtles of North Carolina" will be held on Thursday, April 9, starting at 7:00 PM at the Mooresville Public Library. For more information contact Sid Smith, education director, at 704-895-5686 or email us at info@LNWC.org.
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Got the wintertime blues? Spring is in the air! “All Things Nature” is the theme for Lake Norman Wildlife Conservationists’ first Earth Day event called LNWC Spring Fling. This free community event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at LangTree of Lake Norman. For more information click HERE or contact Don West at donw@LNWC.org or call 704-231-3317.
We're looking for volunteers to help plan and produce a brand new event. On April 18 at LangTree of Lake Norman, we will host our very first "Spring Fling". Our emphasis will be on all things "Nature": wildlife, plants, outdoor activities, landscaping, speakers and instructors on numerous nature topics, and a host of youth activities. Our breadth of attractions is limited only by our imagination.
If you are interested in helping to create this fun event, contact Don West at donw@LNWC.org or 704-231-3317. We want your ideas!
If you have something that relates to nature or the outdoors and would like to participate as an exhibitor or vendor please contact Don West at donw@LNWC.org or call 704-231-3317. We will provide a free spot at the event where you can set up and tell the community about yourself. Space is limited so make reservations early to ensure a spot at this event.
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